Thursday, November 18, 2004
Time for another OTB Caption ContestTM
This one should keep the Captioneers Extraordinaire among you busy for a while
Winners will be announced Monday Evening.
The costume and sets budgets for “Gladiator II” were significantly smaller than for the original.
After finishing their Knightly Meals from Iman Mohammed’s Fast Food, they quickly put on their prizes and enjoyed them. (OK, OK, I watched Shrek 2) 😀
The Amazing Race -2000: Ancient Rome!!
“Bad boys, bad boys, what’cha gonna do?” The debut on Vulpes Television of a new reality-based show featuring the men and women of law enforcement: Centurions.
Troops complained that the USO show’s performance of the final scene of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was historically inaccurate.
US Generals have devised a new strategy that they hope will satisfy complaints among captured terrorists that the War in Iraq isn’t a “fair fight.” High-level officials at the Pentagon say they are confident that the loin-cloth wearing duo wonÃ¢Â€Â™t have any problems subduing the uprisings in Mosul by Thanksgiving.
Well, they called us barbarians, so why not dress the part.
Caligula and Nero running to war in the newest reality televison show “Barbarians at the Gate.”
“Xena and Gabrielle? WHERE!!!!???”
And in the same vein –
The USO remake of Thelma and Louise would have been perfect if only we could have gotten hold of that flame red 1955 T-Bird. God, if we had that car we’d be soooo outa here, baby.
John Kerry and John Edwards demonstrate the high-tech weapons that they think the US military should be using.
Along came W like he likes to do every few months, dressed up silly. And the sign on the side of the wall said, Mission (More Or Less) Accomplished.
Hey Charleton hold up, my sundial was off!!!!
Amazingly, Islamic scientists construct a working time machine, using it to import troops from the peak of the Sumarian Empire. US troops continue to gawk in amazement, feeling unthreatened by the primitive weaponry.
In a manner reminicent of Ghengis Khan…
The Friday night D&D games were starting to get a little out of hand.
Deus vult, [EXPLETIVE DELETED].
Michael Moore keeps the budget of “411 1/2 BC” at a minimum.
“Roger that Base…the bait is away.”
“Look what we got in our Happy Meals for the Alexander the Great” promo! Are these cool or what?”
Soldiers in training for the Genghis Khan Classic.
Events will be: Running with weapons
Burning the mock village
Other events will be added as interests dictate.
Relieved, two U.S. troops react after finally receiving armor and equipment from the newest appropriations bill.
Captured Iraqi insurgents model the armor they were planning to use against a Kerry Administration’s use of spitballs.
The newest ad for the CapitalOne “no hassle” card was set to feature rampaging vikings threatening the troops in Afghanistan. Unfortunately, not all of the forces there were advised in advance, so filming was abruptly, and violently cut short.
Hollywood opening parties travel to the troops as Oliver Stone screens his latest movie “Alexander AC/DC.”
As usual, Winchester’s attempts to bring culture and sophistication to the 4077 fail miserably as Radar and Klinger chase the nurses throughout the camp in full view of the Marine unit stationed nearby during dress rehearsals for his ill-fated impromptu production of “Julius Ceasar”.
Ahhh, so this was Kerry’s “plan” for Iraq?
Let’s do the Time Warp again!
Mr. Kerry, if you think I am going house-to-house in Fallujah in this outfit…let’s just say it’s a good thing you didn’t win.
A demonstration of what John Kerry voted for before he voted against……
Political pundits reckoned that Kerry and Edward’s final charge to capture the military vote was left just a tad late……..
Was this an audition outtake from Troy or Alexander?
The general wanted to remind his soldiers that killing and pillaging had a long, fun history.
“Look everyone — We found Saddam’s WMD!”
ARMY awaits outcome of USC/MICHIGAN game!
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